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Ostwald Dilution Law

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The dissociation of H2S is suppressed by the presence of HCl, due to lớn common ion effect. The presence of H+ ion in HCl is a common ion to lớn H2S.
HCl ---> H+ + Cl-
H2S ---> 2H+ + S2-
Due to lớn the suppressed degree of dissociation of H2S, the concentration S2- ion is produced low.

The suppression of the degree of ionisation of a weak electrolyte (weak acid or base) by addition of some strong electrolyte having a common ion is called Common ion effect.


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